Dropbox website hack is hoax, hackers confirmed

Dropbox website hack is hoax, hackers confirmed


Today morning  Techcrunch published a news that hackers compromised the official website of dropbox. Following that many other news portal also reported the same . All started when Earlier today  a hacker using twitter handle 1775Sec claimed to have hacked DropBox website using a security vulnerability. The hacker claimed to have compromised database.

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Anonymous Hackers Takes Down Websites Of Congress And Indian Supreme Court

Hacker group “Anonymous” has brought down the websites of the Indian Supreme Court and the Congress party. The so called “Operation India” is in response to Internet censorship in India.

The hacktivists have taken down http://supremecourtofindia.nic.in  and http://aicc.org.in and intends to take down the website of Department of Telecommunication (http://dot.gov.in) and of the Chennai-based Copyright Labs (http://www.copyrightlabs.in) which had issued the John Doe order to various ISPs to block Vimeo, DailyMotion and all major torrent sites in the country to prevent the piracy of their tamil films Dammu and 3.

Anonymous Takes Down FBI, RIAA, DOJ and White House Following Megaupload Closure

Anonymous Takes Down FBI, RIAA, DOJ and White House Following Megaupload Closure

In a hastily assembled retaliation against the federal shutdown of MegaUpload.com, hacktivist group Anonymous has allegedly taken down a number of websites--including those of the U.S. Department of Justice, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
According to DownForEveryoneOrJustMe.com, several websites are out of commission as of this writing, likely thanks to DDoS attacks: the U.S. Department of Justice (doj.govjustice.gov), the U.S. Copyright OfficeUniversal Music Group, the RIAA, and theMPAA.